North Korea Confirms 5th Nuclear Test

North Korea confirmed its fifth nuclear test explosion early Friday, its largest yet, and another provocation that brought instant condemnation from the country's neighbors and a call from President Obama for "serious consequences."
0:40 | 09/09/16

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Breaking news from North Korea boldly claiming success would its fifth and largest nuclear test amid international condemnation. The blast registered as a five point three magnitude earthquake. North Korean officials say the test was meant to counter what it calls US hostility. President Obama was briefed about the incident aboard Air Force One on route back to the US from Asia he has already spoken on the telephone with the president of South Korea and the prime minister of Japan both expressing outrage. In a major shift China which is North Korea's only major ally and economic lifeline. Is now among the nation's denouncing this late this nuclear test.

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